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Jun 27, 2020 IBM Federal Systems Division
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"FCC" stands for Flight Control Computer, from the Instrumentation Unit of Saturn V and Saturn IB rockets used in the Apollo missions of the late 1960's and early 1970's.  In modern terms, the word "computer" is a misnomer: The FCC was not a digital computer, nor does it run software.  You can think of it as an analog computer whose primary function was to reduce attitude errors in the rocket: i.e., to help prevent it from flopping over in flight. Here's a rough index to...
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Mar 13, 2020 Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation
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These are Grumman engineering drawings of the Apollo Lunar Module from part 1/2 of aperture-card box 523 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas. Part 1 contains a complete set of B&W scans, whereas part 2 contains grayscale rescans of cards whose B&W scans are illegible. A full index of the scans in this box, by drawing number and title, should be at  the Virtual AGC Project website .
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Mar 11, 2020 Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation
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These are Grumman engineering drawings of the Apollo Lunar Module from part 1/2 of aperture-card box 522 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas. Part 1 contains a complete set of B&W scans, whereas part 2 contains grayscale rescans of cards whose B&W scans are illegible. A full index of the scans in this box, by drawing number and title, should be at  the Virtual AGC Project website .
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Mar 5, 2020 Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation
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These are Grumman engineering drawings of the Apollo Lunar Module from part 2/2 of aperture-card box 518 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas. Part 1 contains a complete set of B&W scans, whereas part 2 contains grayscale rescans of cards whose B&W scans are illegible. A full index of the scans in this box, by drawing number and title, should be at  the Virtual AGC Project website .
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Mar 5, 2020 Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation
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These are Grumman engineering drawings of the Apollo Lunar Module from part 1/2 of aperture-card box 521 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas. Part 1 contains a complete set of B&W scans, whereas part 2 contains grayscale rescans of cards whose B&W scans are illegible. A full index of the scans in this box, by drawing number and title, should be at  the Virtual AGC Project website .
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Mar 4, 2020 Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation
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These are Grumman engineering drawings of the Apollo Lunar Module from part 1/2 of aperture-card box 520 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas. Part 1 contains a complete set of B&W scans, whereas part 2 contains grayscale rescans of cards whose B&W scans are illegible. A full index of the scans in this box, by drawing number and title, should be at  the Virtual AGC Project website .
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Feb 28, 2020 Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation
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These are Grumman engineering drawings of the Apollo Lunar Module from part 2/2 of aperture-card box 517 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas. Part 1 contains a complete set of B&W scans, whereas part 2 contains grayscale rescans of cards whose B&W scans are illegible. A full index of the scans in this box, by drawing number and title, should be at  the Virtual AGC Project website .
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Feb 28, 2020 Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation
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These are Grumman engineering drawings of the Apollo Lunar Module from part 2/2 of aperture-card box 516 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas. Part 1 contains a complete set of B&W scans, whereas part 2 contains grayscale rescans of cards whose B&W scans are illegible. A full index of the scans in this box, by drawing number and title, should be at  the Virtual AGC Project website .
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Feb 28, 2020 Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation
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These are Grumman engineering drawings of the Apollo Lunar Module from part 2/2 of aperture-card box 515 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas. Part 1 contains a complete set of B&W scans, whereas part 2 contains grayscale rescans of cards whose B&W scans are illegible. A full index of the scans in this box, by drawing number and title, should be at  the Virtual AGC Project website .
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Feb 27, 2020 Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation
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These are Grumman engineering drawings of the Apollo Lunar Module from part 2/2 of aperture-card box 514 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas. Part 1 contains a complete set of B&W scans, whereas part 2 contains grayscale rescans of cards whose B&W scans are illegible. A full index of the scans in this box, by drawing number and title, should be at  the Virtual AGC Project website .
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Feb 27, 2020 Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation
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These are Grumman engineering drawings of the Apollo Lunar Module from part 3/3 of aperture-card box 513 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas. Parts 1 & 2 together contain a complete set of B&W scans, whereas part 3 contains grayscale rescans of cards whose B&W scans are illegible. A full index of the scans in this box, by drawing number and title, should be at  the Virtual AGC Project website .
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Feb 27, 2020 Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation
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These are Grumman engineering drawings of the Apollo Lunar Module from part 3/3 of aperture-card box 512 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas. Parts 1 & 2 together contain a complete set of B&W scans, whereas part 3 contains grayscale rescans of cards whose B&W scans are illegible. A full index of the scans in this box, by drawing number and title, should be at  the Virtual AGC Project website .
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Feb 27, 2020 Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation
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These are Grumman engineering drawings of the Apollo Lunar Module from part 3/3 of aperture-card box 511 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas. Parts 1 & 2 contain B&W scans, whereas part 3 contains grayscale rescans of cards whose B&W scans are illegible. A full index of the scans in this box, by drawing number and title, should be at  the Virtual AGC Project website .
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Feb 27, 2020 Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation
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These are Grumman engineering drawings of the Apollo Lunar Module from part 1/2 of aperture-card box 519 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas. Part 1 contains a complete set of B&W scans, whereas part 2 contains grayscale rescans of cards whose B&W scans are illegible. A full index of the scans in this box, by drawing number and title, should be at  the Virtual AGC Project website .
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Feb 26, 2020 Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation
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These are Grumman engineering drawings of the Apollo Lunar Module from part 1/2 of aperture-card box 518 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas. Part 1 contains a complete set of B&W scans, whereas part 2 contains grayscale rescans of cards whose B&W scans are illegible. A full index of the scans in this box, by drawing number and title, should be at  the Virtual AGC Project website .
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Feb 21, 2020 Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation
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These are Grumman engineering drawings of the Apollo Lunar Module from part 1/2 of aperture-card box 517 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas. Part 1 contains a complete set of B&W scans, whereas part 2 contains grayscale rescans of cards whose B&W scans are illegible. A full index of the scans in this box, by drawing number and title, should be at the Virtual AGC Project website .
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Feb 20, 2020 Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation
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These are Grumman engineering drawings of the Apollo Lunar Module from part 1/2 of aperture-card box 516 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas. Part 1 contains a complete set of B&W scans, whereas part 2 contains grayscale rescans of cards whose B&W scans are illegible. A full index of the scans in this box, by drawing number and title, should be at  the Virtual AGC Project website .
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Feb 19, 2020 Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation
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These are Grumman engineering drawings of the Apollo Lunar Module from part 3/3 of aperture-card box 510 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas. Parts 1 & 2 contain B&W scans, whereas part 3 contains grayscale rescans of cards whose B&W scans are illegible.
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Feb 19, 2020 Grumman, Aircraft Computer Corporation
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These are Grumman engineering drawings of the Apollo Lunar Module from part 2/2 of aperture-card box 509 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas. Part 1 contains a complete set of B&W scans for the box, while part 2 contains grayscale rescans of cards whose B&W scans were illegible.
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Feb 19, 2020 Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation
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These are Grumman engineering drawings of the Apollo Lunar Module from part 2/2 of aperture-card box 508 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas. Part 1 contains a complete set of B&W scans for the box, while part 2 contains grayscale rescans of cards whose B&W scans were illegible.
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Feb 19, 2020 Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation
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These are Grumman engineering drawings of the Apollo Lunar Module from part 4/4 of aperture-card box 507 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas. Part 1 contains a complete set of B&W scans for the box, while parts 2 through 4 contain grayscale rescans of cards whose B&W scans were illegible.
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Feb 14, 2020 Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation
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These are Grumman engineering drawings of the Apollo Lunar Module from part 1/2 of aperture-card box 515 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas. Part 1 contains a complete set of B&W scans, whereas part 2 contains grayscale rescans of cards whose B&W scans are illegible. A full index of the scans in this box, by drawing number and title, should be at  the Virtual AGC Project website .
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Feb 12, 2020 Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation
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These are Grumman engineering drawings of the Apollo Lunar Module from part 1/2 of aperture-card box 514 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas. Part 1 contains a complete set of B&W scans, whereas part 2 contains grayscale rescans of cards whose B&W scans are illegible. A full index of the scans in this box, by drawing number and title, should be at  the Virtual AGC Project website .
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Feb 12, 2020 Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation
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These are Grumman engineering drawings of the Apollo Lunar Module from part 2/3 of aperture-card box 513 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas. Parts 1 & 2 together contain a complete set of B&W scans, whereas part 3 contains grayscale rescans of cards whose B&W scans are illegible. A full index of the scans in this box, by drawing number and title, should be at  the Virtual AGC Project website .
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Feb 11, 2020 Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation
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These are Grumman engineering drawings of the Apollo Lunar Module from part 3/4 of aperture-card box 507 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas. Part 1 contains a complete set of B&W scans for the box, while parts 2 through 4 contain grayscale rescans of cards whose B&W scans were illegible.
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Feb 7, 2020 Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation
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These are Grumman engineering drawings of the Apollo Lunar Module from part 1/3 of aperture-card box 513 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas. Parts 1 & 2 together contain a complete set of B&W scans, whereas part 3 contains grayscale rescans of cards whose B&W scans are illegible. A full index of the scans in this box, by drawing number and title, should be at  the Virtual AGC Project website .
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Feb 7, 2020 Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation
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These are Grumman engineering drawings of the Apollo Lunar Module from part 2/3 of aperture-card box 512 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas. Parts 1 & 2 together contain a complete set of B&W scans, whereas part 3 contains grayscale rescans of cards whose B&W scans are illegible. A full index of the scans in this box, by drawing number and title, should be at  the Virtual AGC Project website .
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Feb 5, 2020 Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation
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These are Grumman engineering drawings of the Apollo Lunar Module from part 1/3 of aperture-card box 512 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas. Parts 1 & 2 together contain a complete set of B&W scans, whereas part 3 contains grayscale rescans of cards whose B&W scans are illegible. A full index of the scans in this box, by drawing number and title, should be at  the Virtual AGC Project website .
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Feb 5, 2020 Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation
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These are Grumman engineering drawings of the Apollo Lunar Module from part 2/3 of aperture-card box 511 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas. Parts 1 & 2 contain B&W scans, whereas part 3 contains grayscale rescans of cards whose B&W scans are illegible. A full index of the scans in this box, by drawing number and title, should be at  the Virtual AGC Project website .
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Feb 4, 2020 Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation
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These are Grumman engineering drawings of the Apollo Lunar Module from part 3/3 of aperture-card box 504 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas. Part 1 has a complete set of B&W scans, while parts 2 & 3 have grayscale rescans of cards whose B&W scans are not legible.
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Feb 4, 2020 Grumman Aircraft Computer Corporation
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These are Grumman engineering drawings of the Apollo Lunar Module from part 3/3 of aperture-card box 503 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas. Part 1 contains scans of all cards, in B&W.  Parts 2 and 3 contain grayscale rescans of images that were illegible in part 1.
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Feb 2, 2020 Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation
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These are Grumman engineering drawings of the Apollo Lunar Module from part 2/4 of aperture-card box 507 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas. Part 1 contains a complete set of B&W scans for the box, while parts 2 through 4 contain grayscale rescans of cards whose B&W scans were illegible.
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Feb 2, 2020 Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation
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These are Grumman engineering drawings of the Apollo Lunar Module from part 2/2 of aperture-card box 506 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas. Part 1 contains the complete set of B&W scans from the box, while part 2 contains grayscale rescans of cards whose B&W images were illegible.
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Feb 2, 2020 Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation
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These are Grumman engineering drawings of the Apollo Lunar Module from part 2/2 of aperture-card box 505 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas. Part 1 is a complete set of B&W scans from the box.  Part 2 contains grayscale rescans of cards whose B&W scans were illegible.
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Feb 2, 2020 Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation
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These are Grumman engineering drawings of the Apollo Lunar Module from part 2/3 of aperture-card box 504 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas. Part 1 has a complete set of B&W scans, while parts 2 & 3 have grayscale rescans of cards whose B&W scans are not legible.
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Feb 1, 2020 Grumman Aircraft Computer Corporation
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These are Grumman engineering drawings of the Apollo Lunar Module from part 3/4 of aperture-card box 503 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas. Part 1 contains scans of all cards, in B&W.  Parts 2, 3, and 4 contain grayscale rescans of images that were illegible in part 1.
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Feb 1, 2020 Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation
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These are Grumman engineering drawings of the Apollo Lunar Module from part 2/3 of aperture-card box 503 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas. Part 1 contains scans of all cards, in B&W.  Parts 2 and 3 contain grayscale rescans of images that were illegible in part 1.
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Feb 1, 2020 Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation
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These are Grumman engineering drawings of the Apollo Lunar Module from part 2/2 of aperture-card box 502 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas. Part 1 contains scans of all cards, in B&W.  Part 2 contains grayscale rescans of images that were illegible in part 1.
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Feb 1, 2020 Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation
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These are Grumman engineering drawings of the Apollo Lunar Module from part 1/3 of aperture-card box 511 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas. Parts 1 & 2 contain B&W scans, whereas part 3 contains grayscale rescans of cards whose B&W scans are illegible. A full index of the scans in this box, by drawing number and title, should be at  the Virtual AGC Project website .
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Feb 1, 2020 Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation
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These are Grumman engineering drawings of the Apollo Lunar Module from part 1/3 of aperture-card box 510 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas.   Parts 1 & 2 contain B&W scans, whereas part 3 contains grayscale rescans of cards whose B&W scans are illegible. A full index of the scans in this box, by drawing number and title, should be at  the Virtual AGC Project website .
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Feb 1, 2020 Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation
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These are Grumman engineering drawings of the Apollo Lunar Module from part 2/3 of aperture-card box 510 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas. Parts 1 & 2 contain B&W scans, whereas part 3 contains grayscale rescans of cards whose B&W scans are illegible. A full index of the scans in this box, by drawing number and title, should be at  the Virtual AGC Project website .
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Dec 17, 2019 Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation
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These are Grumman engineering drawings of the Apollo Lunar Module from part 1/2 of aperture-card box 509 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas. Part 1 contains a complete set of B&W scans for the box, while part 2 contains grayscale rescans of cards whose B&W scans were illegible.
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Dec 13, 2019 Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation
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These are Grumman engineering drawings of the Apollo Lunar Module from part 1/2 of aperture-card box 508 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas. Part 1 contains a complete set of B&W scans for the box, while part 2 contains grayscale rescans of cards whose B&W scans were illegible.
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Dec 12, 2019 Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation
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These are Grumman engineering drawings of the Apollo Lunar Module from part 1/4 of aperture-card box 507 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas. Part 1 contains a complete set of B&W scans for the box, while parts 2 through 4 contain grayscale rescans of cards whose B&W scans were illegible.
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Dec 6, 2019 Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation
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These are Grumman engineering drawings of the Apollo Lunar Module from part 1/3 of aperture-card box 504 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas. Part 1 has a complete set of B&W scans, while parts 2 & 3 have grayscale rescans of cards whose B&W scans are not legible.
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Dec 6, 2019 Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation
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These are Grumman engineering drawings of the Apollo Lunar Module from part 1/2 of aperture-card box 505 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas. Part 1 is a complete set of B&W scans from the box.  Part 2 contains grayscale rescans of cards whose B&W scans were illegible.
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Dec 6, 2019 Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation
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These are Grumman engineering drawings of the Apollo Lunar Module from part 1/2 of aperture-card box 506 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas. Part 1 contains the complete set of B&W scans from the box, while part 2 contains grayscale rescans of cards whose B&W images were illegible.
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Dec 3, 2019 William E. Moore
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This is an MSC (NASA Manned Spacecraft Center) internal note that "describes the program logic for the iteration scheme to be used in the Real Time Computer Complex for [Apollo] AS-503A/504A.  It is a general parameter adjustment scheme which finds the values of the control parameters to achieve a given mission or part of a mission and may optimize the parameter if instructed." Note that the page numbered 12 (the actual 18th page) was illegible on the left-hand side in the physical...
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An MSC (NASA Manned Spacecraft Center) internal note that "presents the logic and equations defining certain subroutines which are called by the real-time computer programs for the [Apollo] AS-207/208 mission.  The subroutines compute the launch vehicle insertion elements for the launch targeting processor and compute several specialized maneuvers for the rendezvous planning processors.  Detailed flow charts are included in the appendix."
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Nov 30, 2019 Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation
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These are Grumman engineering drawings of the Apollo Lunar Module from part 1/3 of aperture-card box 503 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas. Part 1 contains scans of all cards, in B&W.  Parts 2 and 3 contain grayscale rescans of images that were illegible in part 1.
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Nov 27, 2019 Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation
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These are Grumman engineering drawings of the Apollo Lunar Module from part 1/2 of aperture-card box 502 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas. Part 1 contains scans of all cards, in B&W.  Part 2 contains grayscale rescans of images that were illegible in part 1.
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Nov 21, 2019 MIT Instrumentation Laboratory
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Part 1/2 of the Apollo G&N System engineering drawings from aperture-card box 477 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas.
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Nov 21, 2019 North American Aviation and MIT Instrumentation Laboratory
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Part 2/2 of the Apollo G&N System engineering drawings from aperture-card box 477, stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas. This batch contains Job Description Cards (JDC's), primarily of test procedures for G&N system components. This batch contains miscellaneous North American Aviation drawings, MC-series documents from MIT/IL, and many TDRRs.
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Nov 21, 2019 MIT Instrumentation Laboratory
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Part 2/2 of the Apollo G&N System engineering drawings from aperture-card box 476, stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas. This batch contains Job Description Cards (JDC's), primarily of test procedures for G&N system components.
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Nov 21, 2019 MIT Instrumentation Laboratory
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Part 1/2 of the Apollo G&N System engineering drawings from aperture-card box 476 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas. This box consists entirely of Job Description Cards (JDC's), mostly providing test or preparation procedures for G&N system components.
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Nov 21, 2019 MIT Instrumentation Laboratory
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Part 2/2 of the Apollo G&N System engineering drawings from aperture-card box 475 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas.
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Nov 20, 2019 MIT Instrumentation Laboratory
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Part 1/2 of the Apollo G&N System engineering drawings from aperture-card box 475 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas. The contents of this box are all Job Description Cards (JDC's), mostly giving test procedures for G&N system components.
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Nov 20, 2019 MIT Instrumentation Laboratory
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Part 2/2 of the Apollo G&N System engineering drawings from aperture-card box 474 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Forth Worth, Texas. The items in this box are all Job Description Cards (JDC's), mostly relating to test procedures for Guidance & Navigation System components.
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Nov 16, 2019 MIT Instrumentation Laboratory
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Part 1/2 of the Apollo G&N System engineering drawings from aperture card box 474 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas. These "drawings" are actually Job Description Card (JDC) documents, mostly giving test procedures for G&N system components.
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Nov 16, 2019 MIT Instrumentation Laboratory
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Part 2/2 of the Apollo G&N System engineering drawings from aperture card box 473 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas. These "drawings" are actually Job Description Card (JDC) documents, mostly giving test procedures for G&N system components.
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Nov 15, 2019 MIT Instrumentation Laboratory
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Part 1/2 of the Apollo G&N System engineering drawings from aperture-card box 473, stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Forth Worth, Texas. This set consists entirely of "JDC" documents, which represent test procedures for G&N system components and process instructions.
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Nov 15, 2019 MIT Instrumentation Laboratory
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Part 2/2 of the Apollo G&N engineering drawings from aperture-card box 472 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas.
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Nov 15, 2019 Grumman Aerospace Engineering Corporation
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These are Grumman "interface revision notices" for the Apollo Guidance & Navigation System of the Apollo Lunar Module.  The come from aperture-card box 472 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas.
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Nov 8, 2019 MIT Instrumentation Laboratory
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The entire set of Apollo G&N System engineering drawings from aperture-card box 471 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Forth Worth, Texas.
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Nov 8, 2019 MIT Instrumentation Laboratory
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Part 1/2 of the Apollo G&N System engineering drawings stored in aperture-card box 472 at the National Archives Southwest branch in Forth Worth, Texas.
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Nov 8, 2019 MIT Instrumentation Laboratory
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Part 2/2 of the Apollo G&N System engineering drawings from aperture-card box 470 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas.
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Nov 7, 2019 MIT Instrumentation Laboratory
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Part 1/2 of the Apollo G&N System engineering drawings from aperture-card box 470 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas.
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Nov 6, 2019 MIT Instrumentation Laboratory
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Part 2/2 of the Apollo G&N System engineering drawings from aperture-card box 469 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas.
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Nov 6, 2019 MIT Instrumentation Laboratory
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Part 1/2 of the Apollo G&N System engineering drawings from aperture-card box 469 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas.
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Nov 6, 2019 MIT Instrumentation Laboratory
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Part 2/2 of the Apollo G&N System engineering drawings from aperture-card box 468 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas.
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Nov 5, 2019 MIT Instrumentation Laboratory
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Part 1/2 of the Apollo G&N System engineering drawings from aperture-card box 468 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas.
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Nov 5, 2019 MIT Instrumentation Laboratory
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Part 2/2 of the Apollo G&N System engineering drawings from aperture-card box 457 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas.
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Nov 2, 2019 MIT Instrumentation Laboratory
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Part 2/2 of the Apollo G&N System engineering drawings from aperture-card box 456 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas.
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Nov 2, 2019 MIT Instrumentation Laboratory
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Part 1/2 of the Apollo G&N System engineering drawings stored in aperture-card box 457 at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas.
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Nov 1, 2019 MIT Instrumentation Laboratory
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The complete set of Apollo G&N System engineering drawings from aperture-card box 455 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas.
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Nov 1, 2019 MIT Instrumentation Laboratory
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Part 1/2 of the Apollo G&N System engineering drawings from aperture-card box 456 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas.
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Oct 31, 2019 MIT Instrumentation Laboratory
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Part 2/2 of the Apollo G&N System engineering drawings from aperture-card box 454 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas.
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Oct 30, 2019 MIT Instrumentation Laboratory
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Part 1/2 of the Apollo G&N System engineering drawings from aperture-card box 454 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas.
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Oct 29, 2019 MIT Instrumentation Laboratory
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Part 2/2 of the Apollo G&N System engineering drawings from aperture-card box 453 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas.
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Oct 29, 2019 MIT Instrumentation Laboratory
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Part 1/2 of the Apollo G&N System engineering drawings from aperture-card box 453 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas.
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Oct 29, 2019 MIT Instrumentation Laboratory
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Part 2/2 of the Apollo G&N System engineering drawings from aperture-card box 452 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas.
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Oct 26, 2019 MIT Instrumentation Laboratory
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Part 1/2 of the Apollo G&N System engineering drawings from aperture-card box 452 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas.
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Oct 26, 2019 MIT Instrumentation Laboratory
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Part 2/2 of the Apollo G&N System engineering drawings from aperture-card box 451 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas.
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Oct 25, 2019 MIT Instrumentation Laboratory
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Part 2/2 of the Apollo G&N System engineering drawings from aperture-card box 450 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas.
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Oct 25, 2019 MIT Instrumentation Laboratory
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Part 1/2 of the Apollo G&N System engineering drawings from aperture-card box 451 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas.
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Oct 23, 2019 North American Aviation
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These are Apollo G&N System "Interface Revision Notices" from aperture-card box 431, stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas. These notices relate to changes to the interface between the Apollo G&N System (MIT Instrumentation Laboratory) and the Command Module spacecraft (North American Aviation).
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Oct 23, 2019 MIT Instrumentation Laboratory
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The entire scanned contents of Apollo G&N System engineering drawings from aperture-card box 449 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas.
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Oct 23, 2019 MIT Instrumentation Laboratory
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Part 1/2 of the Apollo G&N engineering drawings from aperture-card box 450, stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas.
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Oct 22, 2019 MIT Instrumentation Laboratory
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Part 2/2 of the scans of Apollo G&N System engineering drawings from aperture-card box 448 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas.
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Oct 22, 2019 MIT Instrumentation Laboratory
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Part 1/2 of the Apollo G&N System engineering drawings from aperture-card box 448 stored at the NARA SW branch in Ft. Worth, Texas.
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Oct 22, 2019 MIT Instrumentation Laboratory
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Part 2/2 of the Apollo G&N System engineering drawings from aperture-card box 447 stored at the NARA SW branch in Ft. Worth, Texas.
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Oct 19, 2019 MIT Instrumentation Laboratory
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Part 1/2 of Apollo G&N System engineering drawings from aperture-card box 447 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Ft. Worth, Texas.
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Oct 19, 2019 MIT Instrumentation Laboratory
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Part 2/2 of the Apollo G&N System engineering drawings from aperture-card box 446 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Ft. Worth, Texas.
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Oct 18, 2019 MIT Instrumentation Laboratory
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Part 1/2 of the Apollo G&N System engineering drawings from aperture-card box 446 stored at the National Archives Southwest in Ft. Worth, Texas.
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Oct 18, 2019 MIT Instrumentation Laboratory
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Part 2/2 of the Apollo G&N System engineering drawings from aperture-card box 445 stored at the National Archives Southwest in Ft. Worth, Texas.
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Oct 17, 2019 MIT Instrumentation Laboratory
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Part 2/2 of the Apollo G&N System engineering drawings from aperture-card box 444, from the National Archives Southwest branch in Ft. Worth, Texas.
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Oct 16, 2019 MIT Instrumentation Laboratory
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Approximately the initial 25% of the Apollo G&N System engineering drawings from aperture-card Box 445, stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Ft. Worth, Texas.
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Oct 16, 2019 MIT Instrumentation Laboratory
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Complete contents of Apollo G&N System engineering drawings from aperture card Box 443 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch, in Ft. Worth, Texas.
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Oct 16, 2019 MIT Instrumentation Laboratory
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Part 1/2 of the Apollo G&N System engineering drawings from aperture-card box 444, stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Ft. Worth, Texas.
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Oct 16, 2019 MIT Instrumentation Laboratory
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Part 2/2 of Apollo G&N System engineering drawings from aperture-card box 442, stored at the National Archives Southwest in Ft. Worth, Texas.
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